Reference Resource: World Economic Forum Transformation Maps
Note: A Free Resource But Registration is Required.
From the World Economic Forum:
The World Economic Forum’s Transformation Maps – a constantly refreshed repository of knowledge about global issues, from climate change to the future of work – are now publicly available for the first time and free of charge. But what are they? And what can we do with them?
What exactly are the Transformation Maps?
Transformation Maps are the World Economic Forum’s dynamic knowledge tool. They help users to explore and make sense of the complex and interlinked forces that are transforming economies, industries and global issues. The maps present insights written by experts along with machine-curated content. Together, this allows users to visualise and understand more than 120 topics and the connections and inter-dependencies between them, helping in turn to support more informed decision-making by leaders.
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